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Beautiful examples of information design from newspapers and magazines

July 11, 2013

Contrarily to what we usually do in this space, we’ll begin today’s selection of infographics in print editions of worldwide newspapers and magazines with a work published a few years back. It’s actually a series of infographics featured back in 2006 in the ‘El Magazine de el Mundo del Siglo XXI’ about fashion history, that together formed an amazing poster.

Juantxo Cruz, from La Iguana Ilustrada, recovered this series and shared a bit of the story behind it (in Spanish, Google Translate link). The original work was loss when El Mundo digitized all its graphics library, and it had the involvement of a long list of reporters, infographic designers and illustrators, such as Mariano Zafra, Rafael Estrada and Beatriz Santacruz, among others.

We leave you now with this week’s selection:

Fashion History (2006) | El Mundo

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic  Fashion (2006)
(image: El Mundo)

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Crash course | Jane Pong, Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Crash course
(image: Jane Pong, Adolfo Arranz | South China Morning Post)

(Via)

Unemployment 2012 | Mário Malhão | Diário Econômico

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Unemployment 2012
(image: Mário Malhão | Diário Econômico)

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Gymnastics | Jesús R. Sánchez | RÉCORD Diario Deportivo

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Gymnastics
(image: Jesús R. Sánchez | RÉCORD Diario Deportivo)

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Nelson Mandela | Jean Izquierdo Villalobos | La Industria

 

Partial screen capture of the interactive infographic Nelson Mandela
(image: Jean Izquierdo Villalobos | La Industria)

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Egypt’s conflict | Estefan Cuanalo, Teresa Moreno | Xinhua News

Egypts conflict, infographic by Estefan Cuanalo, Teresa Moreno | Xinhua News
(image: Estefan Cuanalo, Teresa Moreno | Xinhua News)

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Plants vs Zombies | La Republica

Plants vs Zombies, infographic by La Republica
(image: La Republica)

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Partial protection from the flames | Bonnie Berkowitz, Patterson Clark | The Washington Post

Partial protection from the flames, infographic by Bonnie Berkowitz, Patterson Clark | The Washington Post
(image: Bonnie Berkowitz, Patterson Clark | The Washington Post)

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Most followed Twitter users | Marcelo Duhalde | Times of Oman

Most followed Twitter users, infographic by Marcelo Duhalde | Times of Oman
(image: Marcelo Duhalde | Times of Oman)

(Via)

A splash of summer | Lisa Mueller | St. Cloud Times

A splash of summer, infographic by Lisa Mueller | St. Cloud Times
(image: Lisa Mueller | St. Cloud Times)

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Del Bosque’s Numbers | J. de Velasco, F. J. Torres | ABC

Del Bosque's Numbers, infographic by J. de Velasco, F. J. Torres | ABC
(image: J. de Velasco, F. J. Torres | ABC)

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Giovanni dos Santos | Miguel Ulloa | La Razón

(image: Miguel Ulloa | La Razón)

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Autism | Estefan Cuanalo, Teresa Moreno | Xinhua News

(image: Estefan Cuanalo, Teresa Moreno | Xinhua News)

(Via)

Co-creators | Cristina Claverol | El Periódico

Co-creators, infographic by Cristina Claverol | El Periódico
(image: Cristina Claverol | El Periódico)

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And from Brazil:

 

The path of food in our body | Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Fernanda Silva | O2 magazine

(image: Ana Notte, Erika Onodera, Fernanda Silva | O2 magazine)

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Remembering the 1983 flood in Santa Catarina | Jornal de Santa Catarina

(image: Aline Fialho, Jandyr Nascimento | Jornal de Santa Catarina)

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Hope you enjoyed today’s selection. We’ll be back next week with more infographic inspiration!

Written by Tiago Veloso

Tiago Veloso is the founder and editor of Visualoop and Visualoop Brasil . He is Portuguese, currently based in Bonito, Brazil.

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